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				   my test are starting in my coaching institute and i'v to prepare 4-5 chapters in aweek.tell me how should i study.i mean how much amont of time i should give to study theory and how much ai should do numericals

5 years ago


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Dear Rohan

First read the theory not in the intention to memorise but to get idea about formula. This won't take much time. After this you can start solving numericals.

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5 years ago


         First select the chapters based on days mean that this chapter you have to do in this particular period of time of days.Then start the chapter according to i.Give atleast 15-20 minutes in revising a theory of that chapter & then after try to give atlest 50-60 min in solving your numerical part of that chapter.You can 4-5 chapters a week but matter to be concerned is that whether you had done that chapter earlier with having full perfection.

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